I spent a good solid chunk of my 20's after university working jobs I didn't love, living in places I wasn't happy with, and letting the amazing things in life pass by me unnoticed. I had a change of heart a few years ago and moved to LA, and now I've got the most fulfilling career I could ask for, working with people who value my input and creativity, a bright future, and the ability to be present for life on a level that I hadn't known before.
My life has been in "building mode" for awhile, with starting a new career, getting a new car, getting in shape, etc, and I'd wanted to avoid getting into a relationship if I couldn't fully invest in it. I'm not the sorta guy that will be in a relationship just for the sake of having a gf. Instead I'd like to find something where we light each other up and inspire each other to be our best selves.
Now I'm at a pretty nice plateau and want to make room for dating and romance. I know that's asking a lot and sounds kind of intense, but for now I'd love to get my feet wet since it's been a while since I've done any dating.
Before that, I lived in Seattle and worked for 5 years in fine dining. I went to Culinary school after attending University.
Making friends with your dog
Maintaining that crucial work/life balance
TV: 90's Sitcoms, GoT, Broad City, Parks and Rec, Schitt's Creek, Portlandia.
Movies: 2001, The Life Aquatic, Princess Mononoke, V For Vendetta, Fight Club, Pulp Fiction, Alien, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Best in Show. Wonder Woman, Face/Off anything Hitchcock.
Books: I’m currently reading “Psychology of Everyday Things.” It’s about the cognitive science behind how we interact with everyday objects from door handles to phones and web pages. Before that, I read George RR Martin’s Game of Thrones books.
Living in a city by the sea
New art projects
Friends / Family